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Exhibition reveals the most recent developments in Tracey Emin's work

The Memory of your Touch, the inaugural exhibition at the gallery by British artist Tracey Emin, opened this September at Xavier Hufkens as a cornerstone of its new season. Spanning both galleries and encompassing works in a wide range of media ? including paintings, new bronze sculptures, works on paper, neon texts and a video ? the exhibition reveals the most recent developments in Emin?s intensely personal yet profoundly universal oeuvre.
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